The term stress refers to
A) a physical reaction to fright.
B) any imbalance of homeostasis.
C) an unpleasant situation that disrupts normal activity.
D) situations that can trigger physical and emotional reactions.
During REM sleep all of the following occur, EXCEPT:
A) increased contraction of muscles.
B) increased blood pressure.
C) increased breathing rate.
D) increased heart rate.
What percentage of postsecondary students report having at least one indicator of alcohol dependence?
Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding exercise and its ability to help manage stress?
A) Exercise reduces anxiety levels.
B) Exercise enhances one's sense of general well-being.
C) Exercise decreases tension.
D) Exercise reduces energy levels.